On November 11, 2022, under the direction of Vice Chairman of the National Assembly Nguyen Duc Hai, the National Assembly voted to approve the Resolution on the State budget estimate for 2023. In which, there is a mention of the policy of increasing the base salary applied to officials and civil servants.
Resolution 69/2022/QH15 on the State budget estimate 2023 clearly states:
1. Salary reform has not yet been implemented according to Resolution 27-NQ/TW dated May 21, 2018, of the Seventh Conference of the 12th Central Executive Committee in 2023;
2. From July 1, 2023, increase the base salary for cadres, civil servants, and public employees to 1,800,000 VND/month;
3. Increase pensions and social insurance allowances for subjects guaranteed by the State budget and provide additional support for those who retire before 1995 with low wages; increase the standard of allowance for people with meritorious services so that it is not lower than the standard of poor households in urban areas,...;
4. From January 1, 2023, to increase the occupational incentive allowance for preventive medicine and grassroots health workers according to Conclusion 25-KL/TW dated December 30, 2021, of the Politburo.
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Thus, from July 1, 2023, officials and civil servants will be increased their base salary from 1,490,000 VND/month to 1,800,000 VND/month (increasing by 310,000 VND/month) compared with the provisions of Decree 38/2019/ND-CP).
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